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In the 1920’s through the 1950’s there were many mechanical clocks that had an electric motor to run them. Unfortunately most of those wonderful electro-mechanical shelf clocks have parts that are no longer available. Some of those units were very impressive, combining the electrical motor with a quality brass movement. This then eliminated the requirement of winding the clock for… View Product

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All of the antique clock movements that are electric and have a wood clock case are obsolete. They are no longer available and not worth repairing. Parts are not available, the movement is useless and the clock looks like its heading for the dump. Such as shame when the clock is part of the family history. There is something that… View Product

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The most common Cuckoo repair parts sold is the bellow tops and the hands. The bellow tubes are usually good to reuse on the clock, just the bellow tops have cloth that rip over time and therefore the clock will not cuckoo the time out. If the cloth is ripped the entire cuckoo bellows do not need to be replaced…. View Product

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When the new cuckoo clock movement will not go into striking mode for the hours. The bird will not come out and the clock will not indicate what time it is with the cuckoo call. Here are some guidelines on what to check in this situation. There is a wire above the cuckoo door that locks it into the closed… View Product

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The first step in purchasing a new chime block is to determine the chime block style that is in the clock. The Styles are side, bottom and back strike. Figure out which style is needed. Then, count how many rods are in the chime block. Measure through the chime block to get the length of the longest rod. Correspondingly, find… View Product

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The following are the various options for Mechanical clock-kit movements to be utilized in building a clock. We offer predefined kits at Clockworks, however we can’t include them all as it would be overwhelming. It may be possible to alter any aspect in the predefined clock kits that are listed. Please call to let us help with kit modifications or… View Product

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Replacing a Mason-Sullivan Clock Movement only requires the most basic tools. A pair of needle nose pliers and both styles of screw drivers is usually all that is required for the swap out. The new clock movement will be the same movement have now but brand new, so all fits the same as it did. Having a Mason and Sullivan… View Product

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Ordering a Mason-Sullivan Clock Movement is easy but it may need to be converted to the real number. If an X is at the end of the number stamped on the back plate the conversion chart is needed. If the number has no X at the end it would need to be determined who made the clock movement for M/S…. View Product

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This section is referring to the calendar versions of the Hermle clock movement 141-040 141-030 and 141-033 Many of these units come with a calendar as indicated by the letter K after the movement numbers. This is the usual way some movements are supplied by the manufacturer. This way it covers movements with and without a calendar. In this way… View Product

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The compatibility between the clock movement 141-040 and 141-070 needs explanation and clarification. At one point in time the same number was used for both versions . What is the difference between the 040 and the 070 Hermle units? The 040 series has a one hammer on the back whereas the 070 units have two bells on the back. It… View Product

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Hermle 241 clock movement is a compact chain driven, two weight movement. This unit runs eight days on a single wind up and comes as a pendulum movement only. It is a nice clock for smaller floor clock models and works well in a shaker style case. Other uses include wall clock cases such as a wag on the wall… View Product

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The obsolete 241-070 two bell back unit can be replaced with the 241-080 one bell top clock movement. Instead of the bell or bells on the back of the movement it will now be on the top. The one bell top unit is the same in every other way. The plate size to part compatibility and so forth is the… View Product